Worldwide delivery

Best of Wines employs expert courier UPS for her worldwide shipping. The worldwide network of UPS ensures that your order can be delivered within 1 to 4 working days, all over the world.

Our shipments are wrapped in secure packages, custom designed for Best of Wines, to keep the risk of glass breakage or damage to a minimum. All packages are insured against breakage and loss.

Right before shipment we will provide our customers with a tracking number, allowing packages to be followed by track & trace.

We are able to ship to a few states in the United States of America. You can find the information on this here.

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Shipping to the United States

Unfortunately, regulations over the past years have made shipping to the United States of America extremely hard. Luckily, we have found a reliable partner in the UK, who has possibilities to ship to the USA. We can therefore ship to a number of states.

We are able to ship to the following states:

Alaska (mayor cities only), California, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Mexico, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming.

Shippings to the United States are first shipped to the United Kingdom before they are being forwarded to the USA. Because of this process the shippings take some extra time before being delivered.

As you may know, as the 18th of October 2019, certain products of European origin incur a 25% tariff. This includes French, German, Spanish, British wines, Scotch whisky, and Northern Irish whiskey. Our forwarder takes care of this along with the regular clearance costs, which means this tariff is to be paid upfront. Additionally, products that fall under this category cannot be mixed in with products outside of it. I.e., French and Italian wines would have to be shipped in separate bookings.